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Poster: FreeAmerica2004 Date: Jun 26, 2004 7:05pm
Forum: election_2004 Subject: President Bush: The Tyrannt

As many of you know, George W. Bush was potentially the worst president in history. He led us into an illegal Iraq invasion, plunged us billions of dollars into debt. Sick with power Bush has turned goverment into a monarchy where the rich rule and everyone else suffers, including some of his republican supports. And that group of people is who im calling on with this message. Those of you voted for George W. Bush last year and are flat our disgusted by his actions,i strongley urge you to cast your vote for Ralph Nader. You and I both know that John Kerry is not the alternative, So what do you do? Vote for the Tyrannt, The Liar? The answer is neither. By casting a vote for Ralph Nader you are casting a vote toward bettering this country, you are voting towards a free country. You know what your getting by voting Nader. Unlike Bush and Kerry. So REMOVE the tyrrant and PREVENT the Liar

*** VOTE NADER/CAMEJO 2004!! ***

This post was modified by FreeAmerica2004 on 2004-06-27 02:05:42

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Poster: evil flaming thingy of death Date: Aug 10, 2004 11:31am
Forum: election_2004 Subject: vote bush

hmm.... Nader will not win the election no matter how much campaigning he has people do for him, he just does not have enough popular support. (probably because most people think of him as a pothead)

Kerry is a poor choice because he does not make any of his own decisions. what will happen when he becomes president? is he going to call up bush on the phone and ask "hey what you do, i want to do the opposite"

Bush has done a good job of running our nation so far. He has spent longer in the middle east then he probably could have, but he has rebuilt democracy there. I do not understand how the war is "illegal". Weren't all of clintons wars "illegal" as well? and bush is fighting in a retalation to an attack and to bring peace to other people. CLintion sent men to die because he wanted to cover up an affair. The economy really has nothing to do with the current president. The presidents job is to stay out of the economy and let the encomomy do the whole economic cycle thing. Bush has done a pretty good job, IMHO. Not the best possible, but pretty good.

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Poster: Conservatives4Nader Date: Sep 6, 2004 4:37am
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: vote bush

The war is illegal because Iraq had nothing to do with 911. They were not the terroists. Bush's administration lied to the American people because they said that Iraq was connected to 911 when they had no proof; they were just scaried of Saddam. So, We attacked an innocent nation (blowing up innocent civilians) because we were afraid of him. We were afraid of Saddam because we had given him weapons and built up his army to fight Communism. Iraq did nothing against us. Yes, 911 was an act of mass murder and Justice should be brought to the murders. Now, it can equally be said by the rest of the world that Justice should be brought to America for attacking Iraq. It is also pretty well known that Bush's administration had plans to attack Iraq before 911 even happened. 911 was a nice excuse. With all of this said, Please support our troops! They are our Heros no matter how they were manipulated and lied to.

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Poster: svenkid Date: Sep 6, 2004 5:56am
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: vote bush

"911 was a nice excuse" so the next step from this is.....

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Poster: Colonel Roy Campbell Date: Sep 6, 2004 6:30am
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: vote bush

Contacting my self on 140.85 is the next step.

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Poster: E. Scott Pierce Date: Aug 10, 2004 11:54am
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: vote bush

Unfortunately, do you think Bush makes his own decisions? You have a right and duty to vote your mind, but in the course of equal time, I have to disagree with your conclusion.

A little crass and crude, but it hits a nerve. It's not just about the war:

http://www.n3t.net/humor/Seriously.mpg

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Poster: evil flaming thingy of death Date: Aug 13, 2004 9:18am
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: vote bush

http://www.jibjab.com/play.asp?contentid=162

sums up the presidental debate nicely

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Poster: moxey Date: Aug 10, 2004 12:28pm
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: vote bush

first off nader is a communist.period.second i will never vote for a guy that spends four months in vietnam "fighting for my country",then comes home and says our men commited atrocities.then he accuses bush of "misleading" the country into war.the same war he voted for.i cant belive some of my country men have forgotten about 911.war is always an atrocity.but i human events,sometimes nessecary.you see,the primary function of a president,by constitutional law,is to protect the people and constitution from enemies foreign and domestic.kerry doesn,t understand this.tax increases and welfare programs won't defeat terrorists.i agree with evil flaming thingy.if the war against terrorists is not important than what is?

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Poster: evil flaming thingy of death Date: Aug 10, 2004 8:41pm
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: vote bush

heh, i just love seeing my name in print...

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Poster: spentron Date: Jul 20, 2004 5:31pm
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: President Bush: The Tyrannt

"George W. Bush was potentially the worst president in history"

Yes, and I suggest waiting four more years before starting on the next one.

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Poster: FreeAmerica2004 Date: Jul 24, 2004 7:27pm
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: President Bush: The Tyrannt

Well...Though you can argue that his staff is to blame too. Remember this...who appointed the BUSH administartion. And about the 2000 election, whether you hold one opinion or another....proven facts show that Gore won by 15,000 votes in Florida.

Now as far as Bush goes, Yes he was alot worse than Clinton. Clinton never did anything wrong, really.

I DO NOT give a damn who the president sleeps with. I DO NOT give a damn about the presidents personal life. however i do care about how he runs the country.

Clinton was a good President who almost got impeached over NOTHING. He sleeps with a woman so he should be impeached. Did cheating on Hillary Clinton put the nation into debt. Did it raise Inflation and Unemployment rates. No. So I dont give a shit. However The "War on Nothing" is pretty much what its become. Has dropped us to -6.4+ trillion(which raises 1.58 billion a day). The Bush Administrations Policys are raising prices on everything and unemploying people right and left.

My point is. Clinton ran the country did an ok job doing it. Bush did a piss poor job. But people will acctually use who a candidate sleeps with to attack him. My diagnosis-
Republicans running out of ways to slam democrats.


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Poster: 5string Date: Jun 23, 2004 1:25am
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: President Bush: The Tyrannt

Like we really need political advice from some one who can't even spell a simple four letter word!

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Poster: FreeAmerica2004 Date: Jun 23, 2004 5:54am
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: President Bush: The Tyrannt

So i am bad at spelling, George Bush makes up his own words and i dont see you slamming him. And if you base someones political sense based on how they spell and theyre grammitical problems...then supporting bush makes you a hypocrit

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Poster: 5string Date: Jun 23, 2004 4:46pm
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: President Bush: The Tyrannt

My point is if you haven't gotten the three 'R's down how can you expect to be taken seriously. In fact, your spelling is so bad, I think you're doing it on purpose just to be funny.

Also I've never seen W's writing, so I can't comment on it. And although he does get tongue tangled sometimes, some folks just can't see past that, to his excellent execution of his responsibilities as President, despite what the moronic nay sayers might contend.

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Poster: AK47 Date: Jun 24, 2004 3:47am
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: President Bush: The Tyrannt

I really can't aggree at all with FreeAmerica2004 political views, as you may probably have noticed by reading my first reply to him, but I do have to say that spelling and garammar is nothing to jugdge a person on. Remember the time G.W. tried to say "Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice shame on me."? He tottally hacked it up, he couldnt even finish it, but that means nothing, sure, we all will make fun of it for a day, but all it really means is that he's nothing more than a human, which makes us all feel a little better, so hopefully, with this said, we can steer this thread back to where it was intended to be, bitting our heads off about politics, not spelling.

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Poster: cashel Date: Jun 28, 2004 8:15pm
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: President Bush: The Tyrannt

G W Bush is the same man as he was 20 years ago...BOORISH and TIRESOME

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Poster: AK47 Date: Jun 29, 2004 3:37am
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: President Bush: The Tyrannt

Is that really your best comeback?

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Poster: SFSpearit Date: Jul 6, 2004 2:22am
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: President Bush: The Tyrannt

You sound an elitist

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Poster: cashel Date: Jun 28, 2004 8:18pm
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: President Bush: The Tyrannt

G W Bush gets all his information from his advisors. So please do not blame this unfortunate boorish man for their mistakes.

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Poster: Darrell Wright Date: Jul 17, 2004 7:46am
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: President Bush: The Tyrannt

Instead of quoting Hail Hitler! AK-47, Cashel & Freeamerica2004 thinks we should be saying Hail Bush! THink before you speak!!!

This post was modified by Darrell Wright on 2004-07-17 14:45:40

This post was modified by Darrell Wright on 2004-07-17 14:46:51

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Poster: AK47 Date: Jun 24, 2004 3:48am
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: President Bush: The Tyrannt

Well, unlike Clinton, Bush never cheated on his wife, he never lied under oath in a court of law. Clinton invaded iraq too, but unlike Bush who got them freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of education, and soom, their own government, all Clinton did was remove the spotlight from Monica Lewinsky, who at the time, swallowed a little more than her pride. If this war in Iraq where people are finally having freedom of speech without fear of being gassed, freedom of religion, etcetera, if this is so bad, why not take a look at how Clinton handled Somalia in 1993. They were underfunded, understocked, undermanned, underpowed, and as a result, it was anarchy, and that place was worse after than before. Also, another interesting thing, a few years after the 1993 Trade Center attack, Clinton was offered Bin Laden pretty much on a silver platter, and we had plenty of reason to take him. Also, in 1998, FAA recieved fisrt word about a possible second attack on the WTC involving an explosive-laden plane. Clinton did NOTHING. Before saying Bush os a bad man, and posting garbage like this post I'm replying to, do your homework and read for 5 or so minutes, it's not that hard.

This post was modified by AK47 on 2004-06-24 10:48:41

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Poster: SFSpearit Date: Jul 6, 2004 2:22am
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: President Bush: The Tyrannt

, Clinton was offered Bin Laden pretty much on a silver platter,

AGAIN, THIS IS UNTRUE

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Poster: Bhaal Date: Jun 26, 2004 8:51pm
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: President Bush: The Tyrannt

Do your own homework!

Poppy sent the troops into Somalia in December 1992.

Bush Jr. ignored the warnings before 9/11.

The Bushies are tight with the House of Saud. They do business on a regular basis with the bin Laden family. (Wouldn't YOU be a little suspicious if Clinton did business with them???)

Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11. Clearly this war has turned FUBAR. Massive civilian deaths, torture rooms, no WMD, Halliburton ripping us off, poor post-invasion planning, progress on reconstruction (reconstructing what the US has destroyed) has been extremely slow, it's costing us BILLIONS, Chalabi a traitor...and for WHAT? You think the world is better off, yet terrorism is at an all time high worldwide.

Did you know that the poppy farms in Afghanistan are producing more heroin now than anytime in the last five years?

Why did Bush give the Taliban $43 million in 2000?

So many things...

Troop rotations extended. Combat pay reduced. Veterans benefits slashed. Is this how we should 'support the troops'?

My goodness, man...open your eyes - and get your news from somewhere other than FOX!

Just the Numbers

Total number of coalition military deaths between the start of war and June 16, 2004: 952 (836 U.S.)

Of those 952, the number killed after President George W. Bush declared “an end to major combat operations” on May 1, 2003: 693

Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat since the war began: 5,134 (Number ill or injured in “non-combat” incidents estimated to be over 11,000)

Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat since President George W. Bush declared “an end to major combat operations” on May 1, 2003: 4,593

Number of civilian contractors, missionaries, and civilian workers killed: 50-90

Number of international media workers killed: 30

Iraqi civilians killed: 9,436 to 11,317

Iraqi civilians injured: 40,000 (est.)

Iraqi soldiers and insurgents killed prior to May 1, 2003: 4,895 to 6,370

The bill so far: $126.1 billion

Additional amount to cover operations through 2004: $25 billion

What $151 billion could have paid for in the U.S.:

Housing vouchers: 23 million

Health care for uninsured Americans: 27 mil.

Salaries for elementary school teachers: 3 mil.

New fire engines: 678,200

Head Start slots: 20 million

Estimated long-term cost of war to every U.S. household: $3,415

Amount contractor Halliburton is alleged to have charged for meals never served to troops and for cost overruns on fuel deliveries: $221 million

Kickbacks received by Halliburton employees from subcontractors: $6 million

Percentage of Americans who now feel that “the situation in Iraq was not worth going to war over.”: 54

Percentage of Iraqis who said they would feel safer if U.S. and other foreign troops left the country immediately: 55

Percentage of U.S. soldiers in Iraq reporting low morale: 52

Percentage of soldiers who said they would not re-enlist: 50

Percentage of wounded unable to return to duty: 64

Number of soldiers whose tours of duty have been extended by the Army: 20,000

Percentage of reserve troops who earn lower salaries while on deployment: 30-40

Fraction of National Guard troops among U.S. force now in Iraq: 1/3

Percentage of U.S. police departments missing officers due to Iraq deployments: 44

Effect on al Qaeda of the Iraq war, according to International Institute for Strategic Studies: “Accelerated recruitment”

Estimated number of al Qaeda terrorists as of May 2004: 18,000 with 1,000 active in Iraq

Percentage of Iraqis expressing “no confidence” in U.S. civilian authorities or coalition forces: 80

Iraq’s oil production in 2002: 2.04 mil. barrels/day

Iraq’s oil production in 2003: 1.33 mil. barrels/day

Price of a gallon of gasoline in the U.S. in May 2004: more than $2

We are paying a heavy price. And I ask you again: FOR WHAT?

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Poster: cashel Date: Jun 28, 2004 8:30pm
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: President Bush: The Tyrannt

G W Bush learned everything from his grandfather, Prescott Bush who was one of the great freedom fighters for democracy and against dictatorships(or is there another version??)

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Poster: cashel Date: Jun 28, 2004 8:25pm
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: President Bush: The Tyrannt

and when G W Bush was a Company Director he was always safeguarding their property and putting their interests above his own